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[Letter of Fray Andres de Aguirre to the Archbishop of Mexico, giving an account of some rich islands inhabited by civilized people, discovered by a Portuguese trader, and situate in latitude 35° to 40° north—written in 1584-5] (June 1, 1891)



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Author: GEO. BUTLER GRIFFIN; Fray Andres de Aguirre
Volume: 2
Publisher: Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California
Language: English
Book contributor: JSTOR
Collection: jstor_pubhistsocisc; jstor_ejc; additional_collections

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"[Letter of Fray Andres de Aguirre to the Archbishop of Mexico, giving an account of some rich islands inhabited by civilized people, discovered by a Portuguese trader, and situate in latitude 35° to 40° north—written in 1584-5]" is an article from Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Volume 2.

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